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FLUKE REPORTS RESULTS OF 1993 STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING

 EVERETT, Wash., Feb. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- John Fluke Mfg. Co. Inc. (AMEX: FKM), a leader in compact professional electronic test tools, announced at the Feb. 24, 1993, annual meeting, the election of William G. Parzybok Jr., James B. Scroggs, James E. Warjone and George M. Winn as directors for terms expiring at the 1995 annual meeting.
 In addition, stockholders approved an amendment to Article V of the company's Articles of Incorporation. The amendment redefines and clarifies the term "market price." It establishes the maximum price that the company could pay in the repurchase of a substantial block of common stock from a 5-percent or more owner of the company's stock, without getting stockholder approval.
 The board of directors, in a regular meeting held just prior to the annual meeting, declared the company's 18th cash dividend of 13 cents per share, which will be paid to stockholders of record as of April 30, 1993, payable on May 21, 1993.
 In an organizational meeting following the stockholders' meeting, the board elected the following officers of the company:
 William G. Parzybok Jr.,
 chairman of the board and chief executive officer
 George M. Winn,
 president and chief operating officer
 Richard W. Van Saun,
 senior vice president, general manager, Diagnostic Tools Division
 Ronald R. Wambolt,
 senior vice president, director of worldwide sales and service
 Donald R. Hall,
 vice president, general manager, Service Tools Division
 William R. Hoffman,
 vice president, marketing services
 general manager, Calibration, Verification Tools Division
 David E. Katri,
 vice president, general manager, Verification Tools Division
 Douglas G. McKnight,
 vice president, general counsel & corporate secretary
 Barry L. Rowan,
 vice president, chief financial officer
 John R. Smith,
 vice president, treasurer
 George O. Trickell,
 vice president, Personnel and Facilities
 Fluke's mission is to be the leader in compact, professional electronic test tools. Fluke focuses on customers in service, manufacturing test, and quality functions in a variety of industries. Founded in 1948 and headquartered in Everett, Fluke produced revenues of $271.8 million in its most-recent fiscal year, ended Sept. 25, 1992.
 Fluke is a publicly held company, traded under the symbol "FKM" on the American Stock Exchange.
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 /CONTACT: Liane M. Woodward, manager, investor relations, 206-356-5566/
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